EDP70 PLUS
UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEM
24/36/50/80kVA —
3 phase input / 3 phase output
USER HANDBOOK
PART NUMBER 10H52152PU9C rev.8
1) SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
2)
3)
This manual contains important instructions for the EDP70 PLUS which should be followed during
installation and maintenance of the UPS and associated batteries.
The installation must be inspected by trained technicians.
The instructions must be followed.
When external batteries are provided by the Customer and not Chloride, reference must be made to
the installation instructions provided by the battery supplier.
1) The AC and DC supplies to the EDP70 PLUS UPS and the AC output from the UPS MUST be fed
through suitably rated circuit breakers or fuses and isolating switches suitable for branch circuit operation.
2) Any external battery cabinet connected to the UPS MUST be provided with an over-current protection
device per UL1778 Par. No. 28.4
3) To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, the equipment must be installed indoors, in a humidity
and temperature controlled environment which is free from conductive contaminants.
1) DO NOT REMOVE COVERS DURING NORMAL OPERATION. The panels will be removed during
installation, however this should only be undertaken by qualified technicians. It should be ensured
that the UPS is switched off and that all power sources are disconnected (A.C. mains and Battery)
before either the rear or side panels are removed.
2) FOREIGN OBJECTS MUST NOT BE INTRODUCED INTO THE VENTILLATION GRILLES.
HAZARDOUS VOLTAGES are present within the EDP70 PLUS even when it is switched off.
3) Fuses must ONLY be replaced with the same type and rating.
4) The EDP70 PLUS contains a battery which can be DANGEROUS if interfered with. Contact the
supplier for replacement.
5) The UPS and/or its components must be disposed of as notifiable waste in accordance with local
pollution control (special waste) regulations.
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WARNING
The UPS contains hazardous voltages, even when all switches are open.
In case of fire in the installation area, do not use water to extinguish fire.
ELECTRICAL PRECAUTIONS:
If the UPS is in By-pass mode and the Output switch is closed, no indications will be displayed;
fans will however function, and hazardous voltages are present downline from the static
switches.
EMERGENCY PROCEDURE
In the case of an emergency, the load supply can be interrupted by switching off all the switches
fitted in the UPS.
ELECTRIC SHOCK
Switch off power; use dry insulating material for protection when pulling the injured person clear
of conductors.
NEVER TOUCH THE INJURED PERSON WITH BARE HANDS UNTIL CLEAR OF
CONDUCTORS. SEEK QUALIFIED ASSISTANCE IMMEDIATELY.
INJURIES CAUSED BY CONTACT WITH CORROSIVE LIQUIDS
In normal conditions, installed batteries are sealed. A damaged battery container may however
leak electrolyte, or cause the latter to come into contact with battery parts.
In the event of electrolyte contact with the eyes, rinse eyes thoroughly with a saline solution or
fresh water for at least 10 minutes.
In the event of electrolyte contact with skin, rinse the affected area with abundant water. Remove
contaminated clothing. Cover affected area with dry gauze.
If electrolyte is swallowed, do not induce vomiting. Administer large quantities of milk
or water.
IN ALL CASES, SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIATELY
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Contents
1.0 INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................. 9
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
Summary of the manual...................................................................................................... 9
Summary of the equipment ................................................................................................ 9
Block diagram.................................................................................................................... 10
Functions ........................................................................................................................... 11
Operational modes............................................................................................................ 12
2.0 SAFETY..............................................................................................................14
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
General safety.................................................................................................................... 14
Symbols ............................................................................................................................. 14
Electrical precautions ....................................................................................................... 15
Battery precautions........................................................................................................... 15
Battery safety equipment.................................................................................................. 15
3.0 STORAGE ..........................................................................................................16
4.0 INSTALLATION .................................................................................................16
4.1 Mechanical characteristics............................................................................................... 16
4.2 Installation ......................................................................................................................... 26
Recommended wire sizes .......................................................................................................... 27
4.4 Ventilation.......................................................................................................................... 29
5.0 CONNECTION....................................................................................................30
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.3
5.4
Electrical connections ...................................................................................................... 32
24 – 12/18/24kVA ............................................................................................................... 33
36 – 24/30/36kVA ............................................................................................................... 36
EDP70 PLUS 50/80kVA...................................................................................................... 39
Signal connections ........................................................................................................... 42
6.0 CONTROLS........................................................................................................43
6.1
6.2
User Controls..................................................................................................................... 43
Control Panel ..................................................................................................................... 44
7.0 START UP..........................................................................................................45
8.0 MAINTENANCE BYPASS .................................................................................45
9.0 SHUT-DOWN .....................................................................................................46
9.1
Installing the EPO.............................................................................................................. 46
10.0 VISUAL AND AUDIBLE ALARMS ....................................................................47
10.1 Silencing Audible Alarm ................................................................................................... 47
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10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.7
10.8
10.9
Mimic .................................................................................................................................. 47
Liquid Crystal Display....................................................................................................... 47
Display Page Headings ..................................................................................................... 48
Abnormal operating mode messages.............................................................................. 55
Power History .................................................................................................................... 60
Battery Test........................................................................................................................ 61
Battery Autonomy Test ..................................................................................................... 61
Resetting data loss manually ........................................................................................... 61
11.0 COMPUTER INTERFACE .................................................................................62
11.1 AS400 .............................................................................................................................. 62
11.2 RS232 ................................................................................................................................. 63
12.0 REMOTE ALARMS ............................................................................................63
13.0 BATTERIES .......................................................................................................64
13.1
13.2
13.3
13.4
EDP70 PLUS/24/18/12 : Battery Installation/Start-up...................................................... 64
EDP70 PLUS/24/18/12 : Optional Battery Cubicle ........................................................... 65
EDP70 PLUS above 24KVA: Battery Installation/Start-up .............................................. 66
EDP70 PLUS above 24KVA: Battery Cubicle .................................................................. 66
14.0 MAINTENANCE AND SPARE PARTS .............................................................66
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Figures
Figure 1 – Block diagrams – 24/36kVA
Figure 2 – Block diagram – 50/80kVA
Figure 3 – Normal operation
Figure 4 – Utility Supply failure
Figure 5 – Re-establishing the Utility Supply
Figure 6 – Transferring the Load onto the Reserve Supply
Figure 7 – 24 Footprint and cabinet dimensions
Figure 8 – 36 Footprint and cabinet dimensions
Figure 9 – 50/80 Footprint and cabinet dimensions
Figure 10 – “A” Battery Cabinet Drawing for 24/36kVA Ratings
Figure 11 – “B” Battery Cabinet Drawing for 24/36kVA Ratings
Figure 12 – “E” Battery Cabinet Drawing for 50/80kVA Ratings
Figure 13 – “F” Battery Cabinet Drawing for 50/80kVA Ratings
Figure 14 – “C” Battery Cabinet Drawing for 36/50/80kVA Ratings
Figure 15 – “D” Battery Cabinet Drawing for 50/80kVA Ratings
Figure 16 – UPS Ratings
Figure 17 – Connection diagrams
Figure 18 - 24 – 12/18/24kVA: Switches and Breakers
Figure 19 - 24 – 12/18/24kVA: Switches
Figure 20 - 24 – 12/18/24kVA: Cable Connections
Figure 21 - 36 – 24/30/36kVA: Switches and Breakers
Figure 22 - 36 – 24/30/36kVA: Connections
Figure 23 - 36 – 24/30/36kVA: Cable Connections
Figure 24 – 50/80kVA: Switches and Breakers
Figure 25 – 50/80kVA: Connections
Figure 26 – 50/80kVA: Cable Connections
Figure 27 – Control panel
Figure 28: Power History Structure
Figure 29 EDP 70 Plus Computer Interface Pin Layout
Figure 30 EDP70 PLUS Remote Alarms Pin Layout
Figure 31- EDP70 PLUS/24/18/12: Internal Battery Shelves
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EQUIPMENT DELIVERY AND STORAGE
Delivery
The equipment and battery are delivered separately. On receipt, the packaging must be checked for any signs of
damage. Any damage or missing parts should be reported to the carrier within 24 hours of delivery.
Unpacking
Care should be taken when unpacking to avoid damaging the equipment or battery; in particular, avoid short circuiting
battery terminals. All packing materials should be checked before disposal to ensure that no items are discarded. The
equipment panel rating plate should be checked to ensure that supply voltage and output rating correspond to the
equipment and load and that the mode of operation is correct.
Handling
Keep equipment and battery upright at all times, and handle with care. Either may be damaged if dropped or subject to
severe
impact.
Particular
care
should
be
taken
to
protect
the
controls
and
instruments.
a) Leave the equipment in its packaging and transport it with a fork lift.
b) Cut the tapes and remove the packing case by lifting it upwards.
c) Unscrew the screws fastening the pallet to the cubicle feet.
d) Lift the cubicle and remove the pallet.
Storage
Store the equipment and battery in a clean, dry place, free from water, condensation, dirt and extremes of temperature.
Sealed lead acid battery cells which are supplied filled and charged must be given a boost charge at least every 3
months.
Sealed Nickel-Cadmium battery cells which are supplied filled and discharged must be charged and discharged before
storage.
Sealed Nickel-Cadmium battery cells which are supplied dry must be filled, charged and discharged before storage.
Sealed spare battery cells must be charged at least every 3 months.
Failure to comply with the Manufacturer’s instructions may result in the battery not reaching its rated performance and
having a shortened life.
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1.0
INTRODUCTION
1.1
Summary of the manual
This handbook provides for the safe installation, startup and use of the EDP70 PLUS Uninterruptible Power System
(UPS). The Company recommends that the equipment be installed and regularly maintained by a Chloride
Authorized personnel.
DO:
-
DO NOT:
1.2
read the User Handbook before operating the EDP70 PLUS UPS.
keep a log of all incidents.
protect the batteries from damage. Batteries leak acid; avoid contact with skin,
clothes or eyes.
- operate the control switches.
- operate the EDP70 PLUS UPS with any covers removed.
- obstruct the ventilation grilles.
Summary of the equipment
The EDP70 PLUS Uninterruptible Power System (UPS) totally isolates the load from voltage drops, spikes, transients
frequency variations in the utility supply.
In the event of failure or brownout of the AC utility supply, an internal audible alarm sounds and an LED on the control
panel illuminates, the EDP70 PLUS UPS will continue to provide safe, clean continuous power, without interruption, from
the battery, for a duration dependent on battery capacity and output load.
The audible alarm alerts the user to start a safe orderly shutdown of the load. When the AC utility supply returns to
normal, the EDP70 PLUS UPS automatically recharges the battery ready for any future power failure.
The microprocessor display panel provides access to very detailed information regarding the status of the supplies and
EDP70 PLUS UPS. Refer to current publication for detailed specification.
The block diagram, shows the main functional sub-assemblies of the EDP70 PLUS UPS. The AC three phase utility
supply is rectified to provide direct current, which maintains the battery in a fully charged state and also supplies the
inverter, which provides the three phase output via an electronic static switch.
Normally the supply of the reserve line is taken from the AC utility input, but special units, with a separate reserve input
supply, are available. This allows the inputs to be supplied from independent three phase sources.
Provided the reserve supply is within limits, the inverter will match the output frequency with the reserve supply
frequency. The inverter has its own internal crystal control to stabilize the output frequency if the reserve supply
frequency is out of limits. The electronic static switch switches the output from the inverter to the reserve supply, without
interruption, to meet any load current surges, or to supply the load if the battery is discharged during an AC utility supply
failure.
Maintenance and testing can be carried out on the EDP70 PLUS UPS without interrupting the output, by switching the
load from the reserve supply to the maintenance bypass circuit. This work should only be carried out by Chloride-trained
personnel.
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1.3
Block diagram
24kVA - STANDARD CONFIGURATION
S3
Reserve Supply
208Y/120V
Maintenance By-pass
S2
3
S1
5
290
150
AC Supply
S4
208
4
1
Battery
Contactor
IN THE ABSENCE OF A SEPARATE RESERVE
SUPPLY THE RESRVE IS DERIVED FROM THE
AC UTILITY INPUT WITH THE JUMPER
CONNECTED AS INDICATED
2
144 Cells
(Internal)
36kVA - STANDARD CONFIGURATION
S3
Maintenance By-pass
S2
Reserve Supply
208Y
208Y
AC Supply
5
3
S1
250
480
S4
208Y
4
1
Battery
Contactor
IN THE ABSENCE OF A SEPARATE RESERVE
SUPPLY THE RESRVE IS DERIVED FROM THE
AC UTILITY INPUT WITH THE JUMPER
CONNECTED AS INDICATED
240 Cells
(External)
2
36kVA - 480V/208V CONFIGURATION
S3
Maintenance By-pass
S2
Reserve Supply
208Y
480V
250
480
AC Supply
5
3
S1
IN THE ABSENCE OF A SEPARATE RESERVE
SUPPLY THE RESRVE IS DERIVED FROM THE
AC UTILITY INPUT WITH THE JUMPER
CONNECTED AS INDICATED
S4
208Y
4
1
Battery
Contactor
240 Cells
(External)
2
Figure 1 – Block diagrams – 24/36kVA
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S3
Reserve
Supply
480V
Maintenance Bypass
S5
S2
3
S1
480Y/277V
5
S4
208Y/120V
AC Supply
1
4
Battery
Contactor
IN THE ABSENCE OF A SEPARATE
RESERVE SUPPLY THE RESERVE IS
DERIVED FROM THE AC UTILITY
INPUT WITH THE JUMPER
CONNECTED AS INDICATED
240 Cells
(External)
2
Figure 2 – Block diagram – 50/80kVA
The uninterruptible power system consists of the following:
1
2
3
4
5
1.4
-
RECTIFIER/INVERTER
BATTERY
BACKFEED PROTECTION
INVERTER STATIC SWITCH
RESERVE STATIC SWITCH
S1 = Equipment ON/OFF switch
S2 = Equipment Reserve switch
S3 = Equipment By-pass switch
S4 = Equipment OUTPUT switch
(INVERTER OUTPUT switch for 50/80kVA only)
S5 = RESERVE OUTPUT switch for 50/80kVA only
Functions
The rectifier/battery charger transforms the alternating current of the mains supply to direct voltage to maintain the
battery in a fully charged state and also supply the inverter.
The battery is an energy reserve that is used by the inverter and the load whenever the mains supply fails.
The inverter changes the direct voltage from the rectifier or from the battery into a three phase sinusoidal alternating
voltage for the external supply.
The function of the electronic static switch is to select one of the two sources of alternating voltage and to supply it to the
external load. The two sources of voltage supplied to the static switch are the output of the inverter and the reserve
supply. In normal working conditions, the static switch supplies the load from the inverter.
The switches permits maintenance and repair of the UPS, without interrupting the supply to the load.
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1.5
Operational modes
S3
Maintenance By-pass
S2
S1
LOAD
AC Supply
S4
Battery
Contactor
24/36kVA Ratings
S3
Maintenance By-pass
S2
S5
480Y/277V
LOAD
S4
S1
208Y/120V
AC Supply
Battery
Contactor
50/80kVA Ratings
Figure 3 – Normal operation
During normal operation the load is supplied by the mains through the rectifier and inverter. The rectifier also supplies
the current for recharging and maintaining the battery in a fully charged state.
S3
Maintenance By-pass
Reserve Supply S2
S4
S1
LOAD
AC Supply
Battery
Contactor
S3
Reserve Supply
24/36kVA Ratings
Maintenance By-pass
S2
S5
480Y/277V
LOAD
S4
S1
208Y/120V
AC Supply
Battery
Contactor
50/80kVA Ratings
Figure 4 – Utility Supply failure
When the utility supply voltage is absent or outside the allowed tolerances, the battery supplies the inverter. This will be
indicated on the UPS front panel display and the Remote Alarm Unit (if fitted). The standby time available depends both
on the capacity of the battery and on the size of load. It is possible to extend autonomy by reducing the output power by
disconnecting non-important loads. In all cases, the alphanumerical display shows the residual autonomy.
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S3
Reserve Supply
Maintenance By-pass
S2
S4
S1
AC Supply
Battery
Contactor
S3
Reserve Supply
24/36kVA Ratings
Maintenance By-pass
S2
S5
480Y/277V
S4
S1
208Y/120V
AC Supply
Battery
Contactor
50/80kVA Ratings
Figure 5 – Re-establishing the Utility Supply
When the utility supply returns within acceptable limits, the UPS returns automatically to normal operation mode as
previously described. The rectifier now starts to recharge the battery. However, until recharge has been completed, any
further mains failure will result in reduced standby times.
S3
Reserve Supply
Maintenance By-pass
S2
S4
S1
AC Supply
Battery
Contactor
S3
Reserve Supply
24/36kVA Ratings
Maintenance By-pass
S2
S5
S4
S1
480Y/277V
208Y/120V
AC Supply
Battery
Contactor
50/80kVA Ratings
Figure 6 – Transferring the Load onto the Reserve Supply
Transfer onto the reserve line is caused by two conditions:
a) inverter stop
b) overload
In both instances the load is transferred onto the reserve without interruption. If the overload is temporary, the system will
re-transfer from reserve to inverter as soon as the it ceases. This allows for the initial start-up of loads with high or
excessive switch-on currents.
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2.0
SAFETY
Read all instructions carefully before installing or operating the equipment.
2.1
General safety
The procedure described in these instructions is intended for use by persons experienced in the operation of
Uninterruptible Power Systems and ancillary equipment.
Persons unfamiliar with this type of equipment should seek guidance from experienced personnel.
The EDP70 PLUS UPS is designed to be operated in accordance with existing safe operating procedures.
These instructions are not intended to replace existing safety practices.
If there are any questions regarding the safe operation of the system, contact a Chloride service representative.
This equipment is designed and built for safe operation when used to supply its rated load, providing it is installed as
specified by qualified, licensed and competent electricians.
Electrical energy can be supplied by the equipment and the battery.
2.2
Symbols
The following symbols appear in this book and in the unit:
Warning - Hazardous voltages are present. If the instructions are not heeded, there is a risk of
electrical shock and danger to personal safety.
DIRECT CURRENT SUPPLY
ALTERNATING CURRENT SUPPLY
ON position of the switches
OFF position of the switches
Inverter Start Up
For explanation see Para. 6.2. of this manual
Inverter Shutdown
For explanation see Para. 6.2. of this manual
Audible Alarm Cancel Switch
For explanation see Para. 6.2. of this manual
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2.3
Page Right Control
For explanation see Para. 6.2. of this manual
Record Up
For explanation see Para. 6.2. of this manual
Record Down
For explanation see Para. 6.2. of this manual
Electrical precautions
Never handle a component or assembly without first confirming that no voltage is applied or present. Remove only those
protective covers that are essential to perform the repairs or adjustment currently required, and replace them as soon as
possible.
.
.
.
2.4
Use only insulated tools.
Place a rubber insulating mat in front of all equipment doors.
Keep all door closed and locked at all times during normal operation.
Battery precautions
Always isolate the load before connecting or disconnecting the batteries or battery cells.
Ensure that batteries are fully isolated by disconnecting the battery connectors, opening circuit breakers, or both.
Remove all jewellery from hands, wrists and neck before working on batteries or battery cells.
Before leaning over batteries, remove any metal object that could fall out of pockets.
Do not place tools or other conductive objects on the batteries.
2.5
Battery safety equipment
When working on or handling batteries, ensure that the following items are worn:
.
.
.
.
Eye goggles
Rubber gloves
Rubber apron
Rubber boots
When batteries are being moved or worked on, ensure the following items are available in the immediate vicinity:
.
.
.
.
An eye bath, eyewash station or equivalent
A clean water source to wash spilled acids
Absorbent materials to soak up spilled acids
Disposal for contaminated materials.
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3.0
STORAGE
If the EDP70 PLUS UPS cannot be installed within sixty days of delivery, there is a danger of the integral battery
becoming discharged thereby sustaining permanent damage and affecting the standby period available and battery life.
The date the battery was last recharged and the date the battery is due for its next recharge are both stamped on the
packaging accompanying the unit. If you intend to store the unit, please refer to the recharge date.
When the EDP70 PLUS is due to be recharged, refer to the Installation instructions and connect the EDP70 PLUS UPS
to a temporary AC supply. The battery MUST be recharged for at least 24 hours every 3 months.
4.0
INSTALLATION
4.1
Mechanical characteristics
-
Ambient temperature
Relative Humidity (w/out condensing @ 68°F[20°C])
Max altitude (w/out derating)
Protection degree (panel fitted)
Input cables
Air inlet
Air outlet
18°F[-10°C] to 104°F [+40°C ]
< 90%
3300 feet [1000 m] above sea-level
bottom
bottom
rear
UPS model
Description
24
36
50
80
Size
width
depth
height
In
[mm]
28-.5 [700]
28.7 [730]
56 [1420]
27.5 [700]
28.7 [730]
56 [1420]
35.4 [900]
28.7 [730]
63 [1600]
35.4 [900]
28.7 [730]
63 [1600]
Total
Weight
(UPS +
Battery)
w/out cells
25 Ah cells
30 Ah cells
35 Ah cells
Lbs
[kg]
880 [400]
1342 [610]
1456 [662]
1526 [694]
1300 [590]
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
1342 [610]
1800 [818]
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
In2[m2]
789 [0.511]
789 [0.511]
1019 [0.657]
1019 [0.657]
2
Lbs/in
[kg/m2]
1.12 [782]
1.70 [1194]
1.85 [1296]
1.93 [1358]
1.65 [1155]
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
1.32 [930]
1.77 [1245]
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
Air-Flow
cfm
[mc/h]
235
[400]
647
[1100]
1165
[1980]
1553
[2640]
Acoustic Noise
100% Linear Load
dBA
52
55
55
62
Floor Area
Floor
Loading
(UPS +
Battery)
Notes:
u.m.
w/out cells
25 Ah cells
30 Ah cells
35 Ah cells
1)
2)
n.a. = not applicable
Longer autonomies, and battery for EDP above 20 kVA are available with external
battery cubicles.
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ALL MEASUREMENTS ARE IN
MILLIMETERS (AND INCHES)
680,0
700,0
(27.56)
(26.77)
1422,0 (56)
725,0
(28.5)
730,0
(28.7)
58,0 (2.28)
(23.62)
67,0 200
(2.64) (7.87)
CABLE ENTRY
260 (10.24) X 66 (2.6)
NR 4 X ø8 (ø0,31)
30,0(1.18)
645,0 (25.39)
600,0
150
(5.9)
SPACE REQUIRED
BY THE WHEEL
WHEN ROTATING
63,0 (2.48)
Figure 7 – 24 Footprint and cabinet dimensions
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ALL MEASUREMENTS ARE IN
MILLIMETERS (AND INCHES)
700,0
(27.5)
680,0 (26.77)
(27.56)
1422,0 (56)
700,0
NR 4 X
88,0 (3.46)
ø8 (ø0,31)
125,0
(4.92)
730,0
(28.7)
530 (20.9)
200
(7.87)
30,0 (1.18)
645,0 (25.39)
500 (19.7)
150
(5.9)
CABLE ENTRY
500 (19.68) X 110 (4.33)
600,0
(23.62)
SPACE REQUIRED
BY THE WHEEL
WHEN ROTATING
50,0 (1.97)
Figure 8 – 36 Footprint and cabinet dimensions
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ALL MEASUREMENTS ARE IN
MILLIMETERS (AND INCHES)
900,0
(35.4)
1600
(63.0)
NR 4 X
68,0 (2.68)
ø8 (ø0,31)
100,0
(3.94)
730,0
(28.7)
200
(7.87)
30,0 (1.18)
645,0 (25.39)
CABLE ENTRY
700 (27.56) X 110 (4.33)
800,0
(31.5)
150
(5.9)
SPACE REQUIRED
BY THE WHEEL
WHEN ROTATING
50,0 (1.97)
Figure 9 – 50/80 Footprint and cabinet dimensions
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Figure 10 — “A” Battery Cabinet Drawing for 24/36kVA Ratings
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Figure 11 — “B” Battery Cabinet Drawing for 24/36kVA Ratings
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Figure 12 — “E” Battery Cabinet Drawing for 50/80kVA Ratings
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Figure 13 — “F” Battery Cabinet Drawing for 50/80kVA Ratings
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Connection
Points
(Terminal Blocks)
ACCESS
PLATE
-
+
FUSE
32.13
32.88
22.70
2.75
CABLE
ENTRY
MOUNTING
FEET
ALL MEASUREMENTS ARE IN INCHES
Figure 14 — “C” Battery Cabinet Drawing for 36/50/80kVA Ratings
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Connection
Points
(Terminal Blocks)
ACCESS
PLATE
+
FUSE
40.16
32.68
28.35
5.33
CABLE
ENTRY
MOUNTING
FEET
ALL MEASUREMENTS ARE IN INCHES
Figure 15 — “D” Battery Cabinet Drawing for 50/80kVA Ratings
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4.2
Installation
Check the rating label on the rear of the front panel of the EDP70 PLUS UPS to ensure the input/output voltages,
frequency and load are all within the rating of the UPS.
EDP70 PLUS is designed to operate in an office environment with an optimum temperature of 68°F [20 C].
A gap of at least 4 in [ 10cm. ] must be maintained at rear of the UPS to ensure adequate ventilation.
Nothing should be placed around the equipment which might restrict the airflow.
Ensure the interconnecting cables do not cause a hazard to the user.
A gap of at least 32 in [ 812 mm] must be maintained above the UPS to ensure adequate space for maintenance.
The appropriate lifting equipment must be used to move the EDP70 PLUS UPS.
Figure 16 – UPS Ratings
UPS ratings
Description
U.M.
24
24
24
36
36
36
12kVA
18kVA
24kVA
24kVA
30kVA
36kVA
Output power
kVA
12
18
24
24
30
36
Nominal Load
kW
8
12
16
16
20
24
15
21
28
28
35
42
3750
5460
6800
7700
9500
11300
Maximum input power (with
unit @ nominal Load & battery
kVA
recharge)
Maximum dissipation (with
BTU/H
inverter @ nominal Load)
Number of battery cells
n
Battery voltage range
V
Battery
end-discharge current
144
240
238-327
396-545
A
37
55
74
Description
U.M.
50
50
50
30kVA
40kVA
Output power
kVA
30
40
24
53
67
80
80
80
80
50kVA
50kVA
65kVA
80kVA
50
50
65
80
32
40
40
52
64
43
57
71
71
91
112
9300
11700
14300
14300
18600
22100
140
173
UPS ratings
Nominal Load
kW
Maximum input power (with
unit @ nominal Load & battery
kVA
recharge)
Maximum dissipation (with
BTU/H
inverter @ nominal Load)
Number of battery cells
n
Battery voltage range
V
Battery
end-discharge current
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A
240
396-545
67
88
110
105
Recommended wire sizes
1) It is recommended that the external cables and protection be selected for the highest rated
unit of the model in use.
2) Reserve (or primary) input and output Neutral cable size should be greater than that of the
line cables in order to be able to supply non-linear loads having a Crest Factor of up to 3:1 (i.e.
where neutral current = 1.7 x line current).
If non-linear loads are not to be supplied from the Installation, the Neutral can be of the same size
as the load cable.
3) Recommended AC input overcurrent protection represents 125% of nominal full load
current (continuous) plus the short duration input current (non-continuous) for battery recharging per NEC 215.2.
4) UPS output cables should be run in separate conduits from input cables.
5) Grounding conductors are sized per NEC 250.122.
6) Cable sizes are based upon NEC.
Refer to local codes applying to your installation prior to choosing appropriate
cable size.
Refer to UPS ampacity table on following page.
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UPS Type
24/12kVA
24/18kVA
24/24kVA
24/12kVA
24/18kVA
24/24kVA
24/12kVA
24/18kVA
24/24kVA
36/24kVA
36/30kVA
36/36kVA
36/24kVA
36/30kVA
36/36kVA
36/24kVA
36/30kVA
36/36kVA
50/30kVA
50/40kVA
50/50kVA
50/30kVA
50/40kVA
50/50kVA
50/30kVA
50/40kVA
50/50kVA
80/50kVA
80/65kVA
80/80kVA
80/50kVA
80/65kVA
80/80kVA
80/50kVA
80/65kVA
80/80kVA
Vin/Vout
208/120208/120
480-208/120
480-480/277
208/120208/120
480-208/120
480/277480/277
208-208/120
480-208/120
480-480/277
208-208/120
480-208/120
480-480/277
A.C. Supply
Rated
current (A)
42
60
78
19
26
34
19
26
34
78
97
118
34
42
51
34
42
51
132
152
192
57
66
83
57
66
83
192
254
311
83
110
135
83
110
135
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Protection
device (A)
60
80
100
30
40
50
30
40
50
125
150
160
50
60
70
50
60
70
175
200
250
80
90
125
80
90
125
250
350
400
125
150
175
125
150
175
Output
Nominal
current (A)
33
50
67
33
50
67
14
22
29
67
83
100
67
83
100
29
36
43
83
111
138
83
111
138
36
48
60
139
180
222
139
180
222
60
78
96
Reserve Supply
Nominal
current (A)
33
50
67
14
22
29
14
22
29
67
83
100
29
36
43
29
36
43
83
111
138
36
48
60
36
48
60
139
180
222
60
78
96
60
78
96
Protection
device (A)
50
70
90
20
30
40
20
30
40
90
125
150
40
50
60
40
50
60
125
150
175
50
60
80
50
60
80
175
225
300
80
100
125
80
100
125
4.4
Ventilation
UPS can work in a continuous environment within 18°F[-10°C] to 104°F [+40°C ] temperature range, although,
ideally the ambient temperature should be below 78°F [25°C].
The heat, dissipated by the UPS (indicated on figure 7), is extracted by internal fans and then dissipated into the air.
The heat can be removed from the UPS room by a forced cooling ventilation system or, alternatively, an air
conditioning system.
The required air changes per hour will depend on the UPS rating and this heat loss and on the cooling air temperature.
To calculate the required air flow for the dissipated power, the altitude and the cooling air temperature, the following
equation can be used:
Pd
•
V = 2770 - - - - - - • e (0.125 h Tk / T0 )
Tr - Tk
with:
V
=
air flow [mc/h]
Pd
= total dissipated power [kW]
Tr
= max. temperature allowed into the room [104°F = 40°C = 313°K]
Tk
= Temperature of input cooling air
T0
= 273 °K
h
= altitude above the sea level [km]
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5.0
CONNECTION
Protection devices to be installed by the customer
according to the information shown on page 23
L1
UTILITY L2
INPUT L3
N
U2
V2
W2
N
U
V
W
N
Neutral not
present on
50 and 80kVA
ratings
L1
L2 OUTPUT
L3
N (Neutral separately derived
on 50 and 80kVA ratings)
EXTERNAL
BATTERIES
1
2
3
4
5
6
G
Remove link to connect remote E.P.O.
Battery Charge Inhibit
GROUND
Protection devices to be installed by the customer
according to the information shown on page 23
L1
RESERVE L2
INPUT L3
N
U1
V1
W1
N Neutral not
UTILITY L1
L2
INPUT L3
U
V
W
present on
50 and 80kVA
ratings
G
L1
L2 OUTPUT
L3
N (Neutral separately derived
on 50 and 80kVA ratings)
U2
V2
W2
N
EXTERNAL
BATTERIES
1
2
3
4
5
6
Remove link to connect remote E.P.O.
Battery Charge Inhibit
GROUND
Figure 17 – Connection diagrams
THE AC AND DC SUPPLIES TO THE EDP70 PLUS UPS, AND THE AC OUTPUT FROM THE UPS, SHOULD BE FED THROUGH
SUITABLY RATED CIRCUIT BREAKER OR FUSE(S) AND ISOLATING SWITCH SUITABLE FOR BRANCH CIRCUIT
PROTECTION.
NOTE:
INTERRUPTING THE NEUTRAL FEED MAY CAUSE THE CHANGE IN GROUND-NEUTRAL VOLTAGE TO AFFECT
THE LOAD.
NOTE:
ALL CIRCUIT BREAKERS OR FUSES AND ISOLATING SWITCHES SHOULD BE FITTED AS CLOSE TO THE EDP70
PLUS UPS AS POSSIBLE AND MARKED WITH THE LABELS PROVIDED WITH THE UNIT.
IT IS ALSO RECOMMENDED A LABEL AS FOLLOWS
UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEM
NO UNAUTHORIZED OPERATION
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CAUTION!
All power connection must carried out by qualified
licensed personnel experienced
in wiring this type of equipment
The safety ground wire must
be connected before the power input cables
The correct phase rotation
(phase A leads B leads C)
must be observed on the UPS terminals.
WARNING!
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5.1
Electrical connections
WARNING!
All electrical connections must
be made by a qualified electrician
and meet local electrical code standards
Before attempting to connect the mains supply, the reserve/bypass supply or the load, ensure that all supplies, including
the battery, are isolated and that all the equipment switches are in their »OFF» position.
Open UPS front access panel and remove internal panel over main switches and terminal blocks.
NOTES:
1) Installation must be performed by a qualified electrician. The terminals require the use of
the proper crimp tools and terminals in order to perform an installation in accordance with the
National Electrical Code (NEC). The recommended crimp tools, terminals and torque are shown
in the following tables:
2) Use Copper Conductors Only
Table 1 – T&B’s Cat. N°s. for terminals and crimp tools
Wire
Size
(AWG)
8
6
4
3
2
1
1/0
2/0
3/0
4/0
Toggle
hand
Terminals
Hole for screw
M6
M10
D10711
E10711
F10711
F10711
G971
G671
H971
J971
K971
L971
D975
E975
F975
F975
G974
G974
H974
J974
K974
L974
WT117
Nest
(stationary)
tool
11803
11803
11805
11805
11806
11806
11807
11808
11809
11810
Indentor
(Moveable)
11802
Table 2 – Recommended torque
Type
Entrelec
M 35/26.FF
-------
Screw
Wrench
(mm)
Torque
(Nm)
Used ON
(lb.in)
M6
10
4.5
39
M10
17
39
340
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EDP70Plus
up to 24kVA
EDP70Plus
above 24kVA
5.2
24 – 12/18/24kVA
Ensure the AC supplies and load are switched OFF. Check that all the EDP70 PLUS UPS Switches (behind the front
panel) are switched OFF, see Figure 18 .
The AC supply cables must be suitable for carrying the maximum supply demand. The voltage drop in the cable
should be minimized to ensure the AC supply voltage at the EDP70 PLUS UPS terminals is within +/- 10% of nominal.
The EDP70 PLUS UPS should be connected to the main/reserve supplies and output load via a wall mounted junction
box.
Installation and connection should only be carried out by qualified electrical personnel.
S2 = Equipment Reserve Switch
S1 = Equipment ON/OFF Breaker
S3 = Equipment By-pass Switch
S4 = Equipment OUTPUT Breaker
Battery Compartment
Figure 18 - 24 – 12/18/24kVA: Switches and Breakers
MI00/10056 rev. 8 — 05/2006-- page 33
Output, Reserve, Input
and External Battery Terminals
Hinged panel security screws
Cable support
Cable channel
Figure 19 - 24 – 12/18/24kVA: Switches
Access to the terminals for electrical connections is as follows:
a) Remove front panel see Figure 18.
b)
Remove the two securing screws for the hinged front panel.
c)
This exposes the electrical terminal rail, see Figure 20
d)
Remove the screws securing the access plate.
e)
Push the interconnection cables up through the cable channel and the access plate.
f)
Release the terminal securing nuts by unscrewing fully anti-clockwise. All cables must be
terminated with the correct size lugs and connected on the bottom side terminals as marked.
g)
Install or start-up batteries see section 13.1
h)
Replace and tighten the terminal securing screws fully clockwise and refit the access plate.
i)
Replace the terminal board compartment panel and the front cover.
OBSERVE POLARITIES AND ORIENTATIONS.
See Remote Alarms and Computer Interface for connections to these facilities. For optional battery cubicles, refer to
section 13.2.
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Computer relay
interface - FEMALE
RAU - FEMALE
RS232 - MALE
Modem and
Multicom
power supplies
FRONT
REAR
Label
sec. max 14 AWG
EXTERNAL
BATTERIES
E.P.O.
Battery Charger
Inhibited
OUTPUT
PRIMARY
INPUT
GROUND
M6
RESERVE
INPUT
U1 V1 W1 N PE U V W N U2 V2 W2 N
Figure 20 - 24 – 12/18/24kVA: Cable Connections
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5.3
36 – 24/30/36kVA
Ensure the AC supplies and load are switched OFF. Check that all the EDP70 PLUS UPS Switches (behind the front
panel) are switched OFF, see figure 13.
The AC supply cables must be suitable for carrying the maximum supply demand. The voltage drop in the cable should
be minimized to ensure the AC supply voltage at the EDP70 PLUS UPS terminals is within +/- 10% of nominal.
The EDP70 PLUS UPS should be connected to the main/reserve supplies and output load via a wall mounted junction
box.
Installation
and
connection
should
only
be
carried
out
by
qualified
S3 = Equipment By-pass switch
S4 = Equipment OUTPUT Breaker
S1 = Equipment ON/OFF Breaker
S2 = Equipment Reserve switch
Terminal board compartment
Figure 21 - 36 – 24/30/36kVA: Switches and Breakers
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electrical
personnel.
S3 = Equipment By-pass switch
S4 = Equipment OUTPUT Breaker
S1 = Equipment ON/OFF Breaker
S2 = Equipment Reserve switch
Output, Input, Reserve
and External Battery Terminals
Access plate
Figure 22 - 36 – 24/30/36kVA: Connections
Access to the terminals for electrical connections is as follows:
a) Remove front panel see Figure 22.
b)
Remove the terminal board compartment panel by unscrewing the fixing screws at the front.
c)
This exposes the electrical terminal rail, see Figure 23
d)
Remove the screws securing the access plate.
e)
Push the interconnection cables up through the access plate.
f)
Release the terminal securing
nuts by unscrewing fully anti-clockwise. All cables must be
terminated with the correct size lugs and connected on the bottom side terminals as marked.
g)
Install or start-up batteries see section 13.3 and 13.4.
h)
Replace and tighten the terminal securing screws fully clockwise and refit the access plate.
i)
Replace the terminal board compartment panel and the front cover.
OBSERVE POLARITIES AND ORIENTATIONS.
See Remote Alarms and Computer Interface for connections to these facilities.
MI00/10056 rev. 8 — 05/2006-- page 37
Computer relay
interface - FEMALE
RAU - FEMALE
RS232 - MALE
FRONT
REAR
Modem and
Multicom
power supplies
QS1
QS4
QS3
QS2
EXTERNAL
BATTERIES
OUTPUT
NEUTRAL (RES/OUT)
RESERVE
INPUT
PRIMARY
INPUT
GROUND
E.P.O.
Battery charge
inhibited
PE U V W U1 V1 W1 N U2 V2 W2
Figure 23 - 36 – 24/30/36kVA: Cable Connections
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4/2005
5.3
EDP70 PLUS 50/80kVA
Ensure the AC supplies and load are switched OFF. Check that all the EDP70 PLUS UPS Switches (behind the front
panel) are switched OFF, see figure 16.
The AC supply cables must be suitable for carrying the maximum supply demand. The voltage drop in the cable should
be minimized to ensure the AC supply voltage at the EDP70 PLUS UPS terminals is within +/- 10% of nominal.
The EDP70 PLUS UPS should be connected to the main/reserve supplies and output load via a wall mounted junction
box.
Installation
and
connection
should
only
be
carried
out
by
qualified
electrical
personnel.
S5 = RESERVE OUTPUT switch
S4 = INVERTER OUTPUT Breaker
S3 = BY-PASS switch
S2 = Equipment RESERVE switch
S1 = Equipment ON/OFF Breaker
Terminal board compartment
Figure 24 – 50/80kVA: Switches and Breakers
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S5 = RESERVE OUTPUT switch
S4 = INVERTER OUTPUT Breaker
S3 = BY PASS switch
S2 = Equipment RESERVE switch
S1 = Equipment ON/OFF Breaker
Output, Input, Reserve
and External Battery Terminals
Access plate
Figure 25 – 50/80kVA: Connections
Access to the terminals for electrical connections is as follows:
a) Remove front panel see Figure 22.
b) Remove the terminal board compartment panel by unscrewing the fixing screws at the front.
e) This exposes the electrical terminal rail, see Figure 23
f) Remove the screws securing the access plate.
e) Push the interconnection cables up through the access plate.
f) Release the terminal securing nuts by unscrewing fully anti-clockwise. All cables must be terminated with
the correct size lugs and connected on the bottom side terminals as marked.
g) Install or start-up batteries see section 13.3 and 13.4.
h) Replace and tighten the terminal securing screws fully clockwise and refit the access plate.
i)
Replace the terminal board compartment panel and the front cover.
OBSERVE POLARITIES AND ORIENTATIONS.
See Remote Alarms and Computer Interface for connections to these facilities.
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Computer relay
interface - FEMALE
RAU - FEMALE
RS232 - MALE
FRONT
REAR
Modem and
Multicom
power supplies
QS1
QS2
QS4
QS5
U2 V2 W2 N N PE 1 2 3 4 5 6
OUTPUT
EXTERNAL
BATTERIES
RESERVE
INPUT
PRIMARY
INPUT
E.P.O.
Battery charge inhibited
Thermostick contacts
U V W U1 V1 W1
QS3
Figure 26 – 50/80kVA: Cable Connections
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5.4
Signal connections
a) Emergency Power Off
When the connection between terminals 1 and 2 is opened, the UPS will stop, and it will automatically
restart when the switch is closed. This allows a remote E.P.O. to be installed, in series with the standard
one installed inside the UPS. (See Para. 9.1)
Warning:
To avoid unauthorized stopping, it is strongly recommended that some form of security switch be used..
b) Battery charge inhibited
By removing the link between terminals 3 and 4, the battery charge will be inhibited, and a warning
message will be displayed.
Possible uses of this could be one, or more, of the following:
• connect the above terminals to a contact which will be opened if there is Hydrogen within the battery
compartment(s).
In this way the cause of hydrogen generation will be stopped, and a warning about the operating
status of the system will be displayed.
• connect the above terminals to a contact which will be opened when the UPS is supplied by a
Generator (it should be an auxiliary contact of the Line <-> Generator changeover).
In this way it will be possible to limit the power supplied by the Generator to the only value required to
supply the critical loads, and not to charge the battery until the mains supply returns.
In this way it is possible to use a Generator having a power rating less than the maximum input power
of the UPS.
Also in this case a warning about the operating status of the system will be displayed.
c) Thermostick connector (50/80kVA only)
This connection provides the customer with remote control over the output transformer Overtemperature
Alarm (TCORE = 180°C).
NOTE:
If more than one of the above applications (or similar) are installed, the contacts MUST be connected in
series.
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6.0
CONTROLS
6.1
User Controls
The user controls are situated on the front panel, see Figure 27.
Access to the Equipment Power Switches can be obtained by removing the front cover.
Figure 27 – Control panel
1
2
3
4
5
Illuminated Liquid
Crystal Display
R ~
I
~
S~ ~
~
B
User
Switches
6
Audible Alarm
Cancel Switch
Inverter
Start
Inverter
Stop
Display indicators
1) Utility Supply Indicator
(Green)
2) Battery Indicator
(Green)
3) Inverter Indicator
(Green)
4) Static Switch indicator
(Green)
5) Reserve Supply Indicator
(Green)
6) Warning Indicator
(Red)
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6.2
Control Panel
Inverter Start Up
This allows the user to turn on and reset the inverter. This is normally only used when starting the UPS.
Inverter Shutdown
The switch incorporates a safety feature to prevent inadvertent operation yet still allow rapid
shutdown in the event of an emergency. This is achieved by the requirement that the switch be depressed
for 2 seconds before the inverter stops during which time the audible alarm will be heard.
Audible Alarm Cancel Switch
This switch cancels the audible alarm.
illumination to flashing on and off.
When pressed the red warning light goes from continuous
Page Right Control
This switch changes the page headings displayed on the LCD. It also allows the alarm and measurement
statuses to be stepped through when examining the power history (refer to section 10.6)
Record Up
This switch changes the record displayed on the LCD to the previous message displayed. When the top of
the page has been reached the display will no longer scroll.
Record Down
This switch changes the record displayed on the LCD to the next record on the page. When the bottom
of the page has been reached the display will no longer scroll.
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7.0
START UP
1.
Switch on the AC reserve and the main AC Utility supply to the UPS.
2.
Turn on the Utility supply Input, Reserve Input (if fitted) and UPS Output switches located behind the front
panel, see figure 18 for 24kVA, figure 21 for 36kVA or figure 24 for 50/80kVA.
3.
Replace the front panel.
4.
Press the CANCEL AUDIBLE ALARM switch (see section 6.2)
5.
Initially, all the green indicators will flash on the display mimic. After about 30 seconds the supply and
battery indicators should stop flashing.
6.
Press the Inverter On push button (I).
7.
The inverter should now start and after a delay of approximately 30 seconds the message ‘SYSTEM
NORMAL’, in English, will appear on the liquid crystal display.
8.
Select the required language by pressing page right control
until the ‘SELECT LANGUAGE’
message appears on the liquid crystal display. Press the page down control
until the required
once more confirm the language selection.
language is selected. Press the page right control
Thereafter, all messages will appear in the selected language.
8.0
MAINTENANCE BYPASS
The EDP70 PLUS UPS is equipped with Manual Maintenance Bypass systems. If a unit requires servicing, the Manual
Maintenance Bypass allows the load to be connected directly to the AC supply so that the unit may be serviced in safety.
The following instructions must be followed:
1.
Ensure that ‘SYSTEM NORMAL’ is displayed on the LCD. (Note: If ‘SYSTEM NORMAL’ is not displayed
check that the inverter is not ‘OUT OF SYNC’, see section 10.7. Turning the inverter off under this fault
condition will interrupt the load supply.)
2.
Turn off the inverter by pressing the inverter shutdown button for more than 2 seconds
3.
Turn the Maintenance Bypass Switch (located behind front panel, see figure 18, 21 or 24) to ON.
4.
Turn off the Primary Input, Reserve Input and UPS Output Switches, see figure 18, 21 or 24.
THE LOAD IS NOW SUPPLIED DIRECTLY FROM THE AC UTILITY SUPPLY AND IS NO LONGER
PROTECTED BY THE UPS
CAUTION:
Some components in the UPS will retain a static voltage even after the switches have been
opened. Also, on the 50/80kVA ratings, the isolating transformer and the relative cooling fans
are still supplied from the Bypass.
To return to the normal operating mode, follow the above procedure in reverse.
Note:
The EDP70 PLUS UPS must not be left operating with the Maintenance Bypass Switch in the ON
position.
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9.0
SHUT-DOWN
1.
Close down the load in an orderly manner.
2.
Push the
3.
Turn the main switch to OFF.
(inverter shutdown) button for more than 2 seconds.
Note: If the electricity supply to the site is switched off outside normal working hours, the EDP70 PLUS should be shut
down each evening, by either using the shutdown procedure or wiring in the Emergency Power Off (EPO) function,
see figures 20, 23 or 26 (depending on the UPS size).
This will prevent the battery from discharging.
If, on the other hand, the supply to the site is continuous, the EDP70 PLUS should be operated 24 hours a day.
9.1
Installing the EPO
To wire the EPO, open the link between terminal boards 1 and 2 and connect a signal switch, having the characteristics
of an emergency button, closed under normal operating conditons and held open mechanically when operated: when the
switch is enabled, the inverter and rectifier will stop, the battery relay will be opened and the load will be de-energized
To ensure that the EPO functions correctly, the signal should remain active for a period > 400 msec.
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10.0 VISUAL AND AUDIBLE ALARMS
The EDP70 PLUS UPS is equipped with visual and audible alarms which indicate the status of the UPS to the operator.
The visual alarms are displayed on the LCD and the mimic panel.
10.1
Silencing Audible Alarm
The audible alarm sounds when the UPS is in an alarm condition. The sound is silenced by pressing the button marked
.
When pressed, the red warning light which is illuminated continuously starts to flash, providing an even clearer indication
of the alarm condition, even though the audible alarm has been silenced.
10.2
Mimic
The display mimic consists of a pictorial representation of the functional blocks in the EDP70 PLUS UPS. When the
system is in NORMAL OPERATING CONDITION the green indicators are illuminated continuously.
In the event of an ALARM condition the indicators start to flash identifying the part (or parts) of the system in alarm (see
figure 19).
Further information on the alarms can be obtained from the LCD by scrolling through the page headings using the
button (page right control) until the message on the display describes the functional block in the UPS identified by the
flashing LED(s).
The alarms can then be accessed using the
procedure is described in detail in section 10.4.
10.3
(scrolling up) and
(scrolling down) record buttons. This
Liquid Crystal Display
The display is a 40-character (2 line x 20 character) module which is back lit.
The messages describing the functioning of the system are accessed via the user switches (see figure 18).
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10.4
Display Page Headings
After initial power up, under normal operating conditions, the main page heading will be displayed:
UPS xx KVA
SYSTEM NORMAL
The first line displays the power rating of the EDP70 PLUS UPS, the second line is the system status.
During normal operating conditions, the display reading always returns to this page heading whenever the user switches
are not operated for at least 5 minutes.
By pressing the button marked
once, the battery rectifier heading is displayed:
RECT/BATT ALARMS
NO ALARMS ACTIVE
The second line of the display confirms that the rectifier and battery are functioning correctly.
By pressing the button marked
again, the inverter heading is shown on the display:
INVERTER ALARMS
NO ALARMS ACTIVE
The second line of the display confirms that the inverter is functioning correctly.
By pressing the button marked
again, the load output and reserve supply heading is displayed:
LOAD/RES ALARMS
NO ALARMS ACTIVE
The second line of the display indicates that the UPS load output and reserve supply input are correct.
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By pressing the button marked
again, the selected battery test period appears on the display:
BATTERY TEST
WEEKLY
The button marked
MONTHLY and NONE).
is pressed to scroll through the 4 battery test period available (WEEKLY, FORTNIGHTLY,
The button marked
is pressed to scroll through the list in reverse order.
When the required battery test period appears, press the button marked
selected language heading appears on the display.
to select the battery test period and the
SELECTED LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
The button marked
Spanish).
is pressed to scroll through the languages available (English, French, German, Italian and
The button marked
is pressed to scroll through the list in reverse order.
When the required language appears, press the button marked
the main UPS status message.
to select the language and to return the display to
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If at any time the inverter is blocked then the power history heading appears:
POWER HISTORY
DOWN TO ACCESS
The power history page is described in detail in section 10.6.
The machine measurement signals are accessed from the main page heading as follows:
UPS xx kVA
SYSTEM NORMAL
press once
RECTIFIER
Vdc xxx V Idc xxx A
Displays the output voltage and current supplied by the
rectifier.
press once
BATTERY
Vb xxx V Ib xxx A
Displays the battery voltage and the charge or
discharge current of the battery (ve = charge, - ve =
discharge)
press once
INVERTER F xx.x Hz
A xxx V B xxx V C xxx V
Displays the frequency and phase-neutral voltage at
which the inverter is running.
press once
INVERTER F xx.x Hz
AB xxx V BC xxx V CA xxx V
Displays the frequency and phase-phase voltage at
which the inverter is running.
press once
RESERVE F xx.x Hz
A xxx V B xxx V C xxx V
Displays the frequency and the phase-neutral voltage
of the reserve supply.
press once
RESERVE F xx.x Hz
AB xxx V BC xxx V CA xxx V
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Displays the frequency and the phase-phase voltage of
the reserve supply.
press once
LOAD F xx.x Hz
A xxx V B xxx V C xxxV
Displays the frequency and phase-neutral voltage
supplied to the load.
press once
LOAD F xx.x Hz
AB xxx V BC xxx V CA xxxV
Displays the frequency and phase-phase voltage
supplied to the load.
press once
LOAD
A xxx A B xxx A C xxx A
Displays the current supplied to the load.
press once
LOAD
A x% B x% C x%
Displays the load capacity percentage of the UPS rated
value.
press once
LOAD P.F. 0.99
P = 80kW
Displays the Peak Factor of the load current.
s = 80kVA
press once
TIME ON INVERTER
xxg: xxh: xxm: xxs
Displays the total time the load has been supplied by
the inverter since the machine was last switched off.
press once
TIME ON RESERVE
xxg: xxh: xxm: xxs
Displays the total time the load has been supplied by
the reserve since the machine was last switched off.
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press once
LAST MAINS FAILURE
xxd: xxh: xxm: xxs
Displays the duration time of the most recent Mains
Failure
press once
MAINS FAILURE yy
xxgg: xxh: xxm: xxs
Displays the number of mains failures and the total
duration of these failures since the machine was last
switched off.
press once
TOTAL MAINS FAILURE yy
xxg: xxh: xxm: xxs
Displays the total number of mains failures and their
total duration since the machine was installed.
press once
REV A. XX xx-xx-xx
10h00yyy
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Displays the code for the version of software resident
(and relevant data) within the EDP70 PLUS UPS
system
The measurement signals are accessed from the battery rectifier page as follows:
RECT/BATT ALARMS
NO ALARMS ACTIVE
Normal operating mode
press once
RECTIFIER
Vdc xxx V Idc xxx A
Displays the output voltage and current supplied by the
rectifier.
press once
BATTERY
Vdc xxx V Ib xxxx A
Displays the battery voltage and the charge or
discharge current of the battery (ve = charge, - ve =
discharge)
The measurement signals are accessed from the inverter page as follows:
INVERTER ALARMS
NO ALARMS ACTIVE
Normal operating mode
press once
INVERTER F xx.x Hz
A xxx V B xxx V C xxx V
Displays the frequency and phase-neutral voltage at
which the inverter is running.
press once
INVERTER F xx.x Hz
AB xxx V BC xxx V CA xxx V
Displays the frequency and phase-phase voltage at
which the inverter is running.
press once
INVERTER
A xxx A B xxx A C xxx A
Displays the current at which the inverter is running.
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The measurement signals are accessed from the load output - reserve supply page as follows:
LOAD/RES ALARMS
NO ALARMS ACTIVE
Normal operating mode
press once
LOAD f xx.x Hz
A xxx V B xxx V C xxx V
Displays the frequency and phase-neutral voltage
supplied to the load.
press once
LOAD f xx.x Hz
AB xxx V BC xxx V CA xxx V
Displays the frequency and phase-phase voltage
supplied to the load.
press once
LOAD
A xxx A B xxx A C xxx A
Displays the current supplied to the load.
press once
LOAD
A x% B x% C x%
Displays the load capacity percentage of the UPS rated
value.
press once
LOAD P.F. 0.99
P = 80kW
Displays the Peak Factor of the load current.
s = 80kVA
press once
RESERVE F xx.xHz
A xxx V B xxx V Cxxx V
Displays the frequency and phase-neutral voltage
supplied to the reserve line.
press once
RESERVE F xx.xHz
AB xxx V BC xxx V CA xxx V
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Displays the frequency and phase-phase voltage
supplied to the reserve line.
10.5
Abnormal operating mode messages
Under abnormal operating conditions, the normal functioning heading on the main page
UPS xx KVA
SYSTEM NORMAL
is replaced with the alarm page:
UPS xx KVA
SYSTEM ALARM
If at least 1 alarm is activated for each block; the »NO ALARMS ACTIVE» message in the second line on the display is
replaced with the first active alarm. Whenever there is more than one active alarm, they can be scrolled through using the
and
keys.
Each message is associated with one of the following conditions:
Conditions which do not adversely affect the normal functioning of the machine are identified under this heading.
No action is required on the part of the operator.
Transitory conditions which can either return to normal condition or result in a permanent fault are identified under this
heading. No action is required on the part of the operator.
Faults are identified under this heading. The intervention of a qualified technician is required.
Alarms which do not come under any of these headings do not require any action if arising separately.
MAIN PAGE HEADING ALARMS
MESSAGE
CONDITION
TESTING BATTERY
NORMAL
EPO ACTIVE
WARNING
NOT CALIBRATED
FAULT
TESTING AUTONOMY
WARNING
SYSTEM TEST MODE
FAULT
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When the battery is discharging, the machine displays the residual autonomy and the discharging time
information.
1.
If no information on autonomy is available, then the following message is displayed:
BATTERY DISCHARGING
AUT calc DIS xx min
where xx represents the discharging time
2.
Where AUTONOMY information is available, the following message will appear:
BATTERY DISCHARGING
AUT yy min DIS xx min
where yy represents the residual autonomy of the batteries.
In overload condition, the machine calculates the time remaining before the inverter is switched off.
Under this condition, the following message is displayed:
OVERLOAD
INV STOP xx min: yy:s
If the inverter is inhibited due to overloading, the time at which the inverter will be reactivated is displayed, with the
following message:
STOP DUE TO OVERLOAD
RESTART IN xx min: yy: s
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RECTIFIER/BATTERY ALARMS
MESSAGE
NOT CALIBRATED
CONDITION
FAULT
DC FEEDBACK FAULT
FAULT
VERIFY DC FEEDBACK
NORMAL
PRIMARY SUPPLY FAULT
WARNING
PHASE SEQUENCE ERROR
FAULT
BATTERY FAULT
FAULT
PCB SUPPLY FAULT
FAULT
BATT CONTACTOR OPEN
-
BATTERY DISCHARGING
WARNING
SHUTDOWN IMMINENT
WARNING
DC VOLTAGE HIGH
FAULT
DC VOLTAGE LOW
WARNING
INPUT SWITCH OPEN
FAULT
HARMONIC FILTER OPEN
FAULT
RECTIFIER ALARM
FAULT
RECTIFIER INHIBITED
RECTIFIER BLOCKED
BATT. CHARGE INHIBIT
WARNING
FAULT
WARNING
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INVERTER ALARMS
MESSAGE
NOT CALIBRATED
PCB SUPPLY FAULT
OUT OF SYNC
DESATURATION
OVER TEMPERATURE
BYPASS SWITCH CLOSED
SHUTDOWN IMMINENT
DC VOLTAGE HIGH
DC VOLTAGE LOW
INVERTER NOT RUNNING
INVERTER INHIBITED
INVERTER BLOCKED
INVERTER VOLTS HIGH
INVERTER VOLTS LOW
OVERLOAD
STOP DUE TO OVERLOAD
CURRENT LIMIT
INV.ST. SWITCH FAULT
INV.FREQ.OUT RANG. 8%
INV. FEEDBACK FAULT
VERIFYING INV. FREQ.
VERIFYING BATT. CONT.
INV.FREQ.OUT 1%
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CONDITION
FAULT
FAULT
WARNING
FAULT
FAULT
FAULT
WARNING
FAULT
WARNING
FAULT
FAULT
FAULT
FAULT
FAULT
WARNING
FAULT
WARNING
FAULT
FAULT
FAULT
FAULT
LOAD/RESERVE ALARMS
MESSAGE
NOT CALIBRATED
LOAD ON RESERVE
LOAD NOT SUPPLIED
BYPASS SWITCH CLOSED
RESERVE SUPPLY FAULT
RESERVE FREQ FAULT
RESERVE VOLTS HIGH
RESERVE VOLTS LOW
ST. SW. BLOCKED ON INV
ST. SW. BLOCKED ON RES
INV.ST. SWITCH FAULT
OVERLOAD
OUTPUT SWITCH OPEN
RESERVE SWITCH OPEN
PHASE SEQUENCE ERROR
RESERVE INHIBITED
BACKFEED PROT ACTIVE
CONDITION
FAULT
WARNING
FAULT
FAULT
WARNING
WARNING
WARNING
WARNING
FAULT
FAULT
FAULT
WARNING
FAULT
FAULT
FAULT
WARNING
FAULT
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10.6
Power History
The power history is only available when the inverter is blocked; it provides a visual display of the status of the alarms
and measurements over a period of 10 seconds before and 1 second after the inverter stops in steps of 0.1 s. The power
history is lost when the inverter is restarted.
Figure 28 provides a graphic representation of how to access the Power History.
Figure 28: Power History Structure
LOAD
ALARMS
BATTERY TEST
SELECT
POWER HISTORY
DOWN TO ACCESS
POWER HISTORY MATRIX
Time
(seconds)
-10
Measurements
Alarms
POWER HISTORY
UP TO EXIT
Initial
position
Inverter
Shutdown
0
+1
Typical Power History Display
Measurement
RECTIFIER
VDC = 327V
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+0.3 SEC
IB = 5A
Alarm
-5.3 SEC
ON
OVER TEMPERATURE
10.7
Battery Test
The EDP70 PLUS has an automatic battery control function which checks the condition of the battery periodically without
affecting the output in any way. While this test is being carried out, the message »TESTING BATTERY» will appear.
This test can also be activated manually. Return to the main title page so that ‘SYSTEM NORMAL’ is displayed.
UPS xx KVA
SYSTEM NORMAL
system normal message
PRESS SIMULTANEOUSLY
(The test is disabled if the BATTERY TEST selected is NONE)
UPS xx KVA
TESTING BATTERY
10.8
The battery test is underway and takes approx. 1 minute. If
the test is completed without giving off any alarm, then the
system returns to normal operating mode; otherwise, the
alarm message »BATTERY FAULT» is displayed.
Battery Autonomy Test
The EDP70 PLUS has a battery autonomy test which disables the rectifier manually.
To carry out this test, return to the main title page so that ‘SYSTEM NORMAL’ is displayed.
UPS xx KVA
SYSTEM NORMAL
system normal message
PRESS SIMULTANEOUSLY and keep pressed for 2 seconds
(The test is diabled if the BATTERY TEST selected is NONE)
UPS xx KVA
TESTING AUTONOMY
The battery starts to discharge completely thereby allowing
the autonomy to be checked. Once the battery has been
discharged, the test comes to an end automatically and the
rectifier restarts.
To interrupt BATTERY autonomy Test, at any time: PRESS SIMULTANEOUSLY
for 2 seconds
10.9
and
keep pressed
Resetting data loss manually
If the message »NOT CALIBRATED» appears on the main title page, this means that data (language and total number of
mains failures) which do not directly affect the functioning of the machine have been lost. Despite this, data has still been
lost and the intervention of a qualified technician is required.It is, nevertheless, possible to reset the normal operating
mode by selecting the language desired as described under sect. 7.0.
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11.0 COMPUTER INTERFACE
11.1
AS400
The EDP70 PLUS UPS is fitted with a 9 pin female ‘D’ type socket for direct connection to a IBM AS/400 computer or
equivalent, see Figure 29. This facility can also be used with operating system software of other manufacturers. The
function of the pins on the socket are shown below:
Pin
Number
DESCRIPTION
FUNCTION NUMBER
8
EDP70 PLUS UPS ON
The UPS is supplying the load.
6
RESERVE TO LOAD
The reserve AC supply is supplying the load.
9
UTILITY SUPPLY FAIL
The AC utility supply to the UPS has failed.
7
BATTERY LOW
The battery capacity is at a minimum and the inverter
will shortly shut down and the load will be automatically
transferred to the reserve AC supply.
5
COMMON
All the above are connected to common when the
function is true.
Figure 29 EDP 70 Plus Computer Interface Pin Layout
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11.2
RS232
The EDP70 PLUS UPS is fitted with a 9 pin male ‘D’ type plug which enables a communication link to be established
between a computer and the microprocessor controller in the EDP70 PLUS UPS. The link allows the Chloride ‘EASY
PLUS’ and ‘LIFE 2000’ software to be run on an IBM compatible PC. The link also allows the communications with a
Master JBUS and Multicom/LIFE 2000 adapter.
The function of the pins on the socket are shown below:
The function of each pin is the following :
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Pin 7
Pin 8
DCD
RXD
TXD
DTR
GND
DSR
RTS
CTS
(Data Carrier Detect)
(Received data)
(Transmitted data)
(Data terminal ready)
(Ground)
(Data Set Ready)
(Request To Send)
(Clear To Send)
The signals applied on each pin follows the standard EIA RS232.
12.0 REMOTE ALARMS
Remote indication of the state of the EDP70 PLUS UPS is provided by a 15 pin female ‘D’ type socket and is designed to
be used in conjunction with the Chloride EDP Remote Alarm Unit. The function of the pins on the socket are shown
below:
Figure 30 EDP70 PLUS Remote Alarms Pin Layout
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
System normal signal
System normal and system summary alarm ground
Inverter fail signal
Inverter fail ground
Reserve to load signal
Reserve to load ground
Primary supply failure signal
Primary supply failure ground
Shutdown imminent signal
Shutdown imminent ground
Pin11, 12
supply: 18V/200mA nominal AC output
Pin 15
Summary alarm signal
Pins 1,2 and15 are available for use as a remote summary alarm indicator in alternative to the Chloride
Remote Alarm Unit. All pins are volt free contacts which are capable of carrying a current of 0.5 A and
switching 30 V.
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13.0 BATTERIES
13.1
EDP70 PLUS/24/18/12 : Battery Installation/Start-up
SAFETY
-
Ensure all the Switches are turned to OFF before starting to install the batteries. If any Switches are not
turned to OFF the equipment and battery may be damaged. It is also essential for safety reasons that the
battery connectors be disconnected before removing the fuse F2 (located behind the hinged panel, see
Figure 31) to interrupt the battery circuit.
-
Stand on a rubber mat and use insulated tools.
-
Remove all personal effects, rings, watches, pens, which might cause a short circuit when working on
the battery. Batteries are live at all times and short circuits can melt metals and cause injury, damage or
fire.
-
DO NOT smoke or use naked flames, and avoid creating arcs or sparks when working on the
equipment; do not wear clothes which may generate static electricity.
-
The sealed lead-acid batteries contain sulphuric acid. If a battery container is broken any acid leaking will
cause burns on contact with skin and attack metal, paint and fabrics. Any area contaminated with acid
should be thoroughly washed with large volumes of clean water. Rubber gloves should be worn when
handling damaged batteries.
i)
Remove front panel see figure 10
ii) Remove the battery compartment panel by unscrewing the fixing screws at the front.
DO NOT remove the safety ground connection. Battery connections are provided with the UPS. Each
battery is provided with fastenings.
Internal batteries are housed on three shelves at the bottom of the equipment as shown on Figure 31.
If the batteries are fitted, starting with the lower shelf first, remove the packaging. Connect the batteries to the
UPS using the plug/socket connectors provided.
Starting with the lower shelf, fit and connect the batteries. Ensure that the polarities are correct in
accordance with the relevant battery layout diagram.
For each shelf make sure that the polarities are correct and the overall battery shelf voltage is at least 108v
for the bottom two shelves and 72v for the top shelf.
Replace the fuse F2, then connect the intershelves connectors and all panels in reverse order of removal
before operating the equipment.
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13.2
EDP70 PLUS/24/18/12 : Optional Battery Cubicle
The battery autonomy can be increased by employing either one or two optional battery cubicles. Both the
UPS and battery cubicles are similar in appearance, however, there is no display panel in the battery cubicle.
All cabinets (UPS, BATTERIES, TRANSFORMER, PDU, MAINTENANCE BYPASS PANEL, etc.) must be
connected to a grounding system complying with national safety regulations.
Cables connecting the cabinets to the grounding system must be sized according to National
Electrical Code requirements.
The battery cubicle has independent fuse located internally. To connect the battery cubicle to the EDP70
PLUS UPS follow the following procedure:
1.
Shutdown the UPS using the procedure set out in section 9. Access the terminal rail.
2.
Disconnect the battery connectors of the internal battery, then remove the fuse F2 located behind the
hinged panel, see Figure 31.
3.
Be sure that the battery on the cubicle are disconnected. Remove the fuse of the battery cubicle.
4.
Wire the cubicle according to the extension battery cubicle wiring instructions and the relevant battery
layout diagram.
5.
Replace the fuses F2 both on the cubicle and the UPS, then connect all the intershelves connectors, and
all the panels and restart UPS using the procedure set out in section 7.
Figure 31- EDP70 PLUS/24/18/12: Internal Battery Shelves
FUSE F2
SHELF
RETAINING
SCREW
SHELF
GUIDE
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13.3
EDP70 PLUS above 24KVA: Battery Installation/Start-up
SAFETY
-
Ensure the Equipment ON/OFF Switch is turned to OFF before starting to install the batteries. If the
Equipment ON/OFF Switch is not turned to OFF the equipment and battery may be damaged. It is
also essential for safety reasons that the battery connectors are disconnected before to remove the
fuse of the battery cubicle.
-
Stand on a rubber mat and use insulated tools.
-
Remove all personal effects, rings, watches, pens, which might cause a short circuit when working
on the battery. Batteries are live at all times and short circuits can melt metals and cause injury,
damage or fire.
-
DO NOT smoke or use naked flames and avoid creating arcs or sparks
equipment; do not wear clothes which may generate static electricity.
-
The sealed lead-acid batteries contain sulphuric acid. If a battery container is broken any acid leaking
will cause burns on contact with skin and attack metal, paint and fabrics. Any area contaminated with
acid should be thoroughly washed with large volumes of clean water. Rubber gloves should be worn
when handling damaged batteries.
13.4
when
working on the
EDP70 PLUS above 24KVA: Battery Cubicle
For these sizes of EDP70 PLUS, the batteries are housed in battery cubicles. Both the UPS and battery
cubicles are similar in appearance, however, the battery cubicle does not have a dusplay.
All cabinets (UPS, BATTERIES, TRANSFORMER, PDU, MAINTENANCE BYPASS PANEL, etc.) must be
connected to a grounding system complying with national safety regulations.
Cables connecting the cabinets to the grounding system must be sized according to National
Electrical Code requirements.
The battery cubicle has a separate fuse, located internally. To connect the battery cubicle to the EDP70 PLUS
UPS follow the following procedure:
1.
Shutdown the UPS using the procedure set out in section 9. Access the terminal rail.
2.
Be sure that all the batteries in the cubicle(s) are disconnected. Remove the fuses from the battery
cubicle(s).
4.
Wire the cubicle according to the extension battery cubicle wiring instructions and the relevant battery
layout diagram.
5.
Replace the fuses on all the cubicles then connect all the inter-shelf connectors, and replace all the
panels and restart UPS using the procedure described in section 7.
14.0 MAINTENANCE AND SPARE PARTS
The EDP70 PLUS UPS is designed to be virtually user maintenance free, requiring
wipe with a damp cloth or non-abrasive cleaner.
only the occasional
Spares kits are available for the EDP70 PLUS series, please contact a Chloride UPSystems service center
for details.
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EDP70 PLUS SYSTEM LOG
It is recommended that any maintenance action or failure of the SYSTEM be recorded in this log.
Date
Time
Event
Action/Result
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